We provide top-notch care in a Range of Specialties
As the landscape of child health care continues to evolve, our physicians and nurse practitioners at Cary Pediatric Center are striving to keep pace. We are making every effort to provide comprehensive infant, child and adolescent care to the children of Western Wake County.
Explore the list for more information about our specialties.
Our office performs ADHD screening for our families and helps them navigate the confusing landscape of ‘attention’ in school and at home. Please call to set up a consult with one of our providers if you or the school has concerns.
As your child moves from elementary school to middle school, their body and interests change, and our parenting changes along with them. As pediatricians, the way we care for your child changes as well. We assess for risky behavior, counsel on safety and discuss a large number of developmentally appropriate topics.
Asthma affects one in ten children and is one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood. As a practice, we are committed to helping you and your child control their asthma symptoms so that they can have a normal and active lifestyle.
Breastfeeding / Lactation Consult
Our Lactation Consultant is located in our Apex office. Karissa collaborates with parents by creating customized plans to meet the needs of the each families' unique goals. Her gentle approach to counseling develops better understanding of baby, generates a sense of empowerment within the mother, and enhances the enjoyment of the breastfeeding experience.
We are using developmental screens in our office at many checkups to make sure we don’t miss any subtle problems.
We are now able to preform circumcisions on your newborn boy. The procedure is performed in our Cary office.
At Cary, Fuquay and Apex Pediatrics, we are proud to be following the latest recommendations from the AAP for the most effective adolescent contraception. We offer traditional guidance for birth control, including but not limited to abstinence, condoms, oral contraceptives, Depo Provera, and Nexplanon.
Several of our providers now provide professional ear piercing for our patients. We prefer to see children from two to six months, and over 8 years of age. Please call our office if you would like to schedule your child’s first ear piercing with us. Ear piercings are for established patients only.
Need advice from a nurse? Our highly trained nursing staff is available to answer your questions and concerns 24 hours a day.
Eating disorders, obesity, picky toddlers, and vegetarianism are just a few of the topics our Nutritionist can cover.
We believe in the effectiveness and safety of vaccines to prevent serious illness and to save lives, and that all children and young adults should receive all of the recommended vaccines according to the schedule published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics.